Dear SPC Families,

CTS 2021 FNL Parent Appeal Invite2

Thank you to everyone who has so generously donated to our Celebrating the Spirit 2021 Parent Appeal! We are humbled and grateful for your ongoing support. Tomorrow, Friday, February 19th, is the final day of our three-week appeal. We are still hoping for 100% participation, so if you want to make your gift online, please click on the Celebrating the Spirit webpage. Don't forget to see if your employer will match your gift; it can double your donation. We will send out the FINAL update on Monday, including all donations throughout the three weeks of the CTS Appeal.

Tonight: Parent Workshop–Internet Safety!

Parent Presentation (ZOOM) Thursday, 2/18/21 from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
The objective of the parent presentation is to educate parents on the dangers that children face every day in their online life and provide them with strategies for parenting in this hyper-digital age. By increasing their comfort and awareness on these issues, parents will be more involved in their children’s online life thus increasing the communication on this topic and their children’s safety. Additionally, we will provide some practical, technical knowledge on the apps and devices that children are using every day.

***Topics related to current COVID landscape.

*** Managing screen time limits and challenges

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqdOCoqDsqGtYtrLpEMppPKXkQm0pxlBjt

Upcoming Calendar Reminders:
Monday, February 22             Asynchronous Remote Learning Day
Monday, March 1                   SPIRIT WEAR DAY
Friday, March 5                      LAST DAY OF TRIMESTER 2

COVID DASHBOARD February 18th
Our numbers are excellent right now. I appreciate everyone following the guidelines. I know there are many cold/ flu-like symptoms out there. Thank you for everything you are doing to follow the rules.
Covid Dashboard FEBRUARY 18

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Principal


FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. Britto's weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 
Please click here for the latest bulletin.

FROM THE COMMUNITY

St. Viator's February Future Lions Newsletter 

Dear SPC Families,

Thermometer 75

Our Parent Appeal has been going strong! We are so grateful to all of you who have been sending in your pledges. We are currently at $60,000 in proceeds, which is 75% of our $80,000 goal! With 100% participation, we can do this. Please keep those pledges coming! To make your gift online, please click on the Celebrating the Spirit webpage. Don't forget to see if your employer will match your gift; it can double your donation. We will send out the Monday morning update, which will include all donations through week two. 

Calendar Reminders:

February 12th-Faculty Professional Development Day-no school

February 15-President’s Day-no school.

February 22-All school asynchronous remote learning day (post teacher vaccination day)

Important - Travel Considerations! 

Let me preface my comments by saying again; I am not the COVID police. However, it is my responsibility to ensure that our commitment to in-person instruction throughout this pandemic remains safe. It is a huge concern to me that people have told their children “not to tell the teacher” where they are traveling (Yes, this has happened). That sends a horrible message to our children about the partnership between home and school and certainly does not represent our Catholic values. If you plan on traveling, your child must quarantine. Please see below for the guidelines from the Archdiocese.

As you can see below from the COVID dashboard, the rules, guidelines, and reopening plan are working. We are more than halfway through the school year, and with the vaccine roll out there is light at the end of this tunnel. Please continue to follow the rules. 

Quarantine Clarifications – Jan. 20, 2021

  • A quarantine of 10 days is required for any/all domestic travel (i.e., travel outside of the state of Illinois)
  • Quarantine is required regardless of whether or not there is a negative test result, and no matter how much time is spent in another state.
  • Quarantine starts the day after return home.
  • International travel quarantine remains 14 days.
  • Close exposure quarantines remain 14-days at the recommendation of all departments of public health in those jurisdictions in which the Archdiocese operates and our own medical advisors.

We understand that this change may pose a challenge for some. Please know that we are in continuous contact with the departments of public health and our medical experts' team to assess our standards and adjust, as necessary, to keep the safety of all in our school communities our first and unwavering priority. And in our focus on safety, we are also making every effort to keep you informed. 

Cybersafety Presentations Begin Next Week in Grades 4-8.

Student Presentations Grades 4-8

Dates: 2/16, 2/18 & 2/19 

The objective of the student presentation is to educate the students on positive digital citizenship as well as the dangers they face online by giving them examples, scenarios, and real-life stories. In this way, we increase the students’ ability to not only understand the dangers but to be able to RECOGNIZE them when encountered and self-protect. Additionally, we tie in a strong discussion of appropriate online behavior, positive solutions to the issues they face online, and strong digital citizenship.

Parent Presentation (ZOOM) Thursday, 2/18/21 from 6:30-8:00 p.m.

The objective of the parent presentation is to educate parents on the dangers that children face every day in their online life and provide them with strategies for parenting in this hyper-digital age. By increasing their comfort and awareness on these issues, parents will be more involved in their children’s online life thus increasing the communication on this topic and their children’s safety. Additionally, we will provide some practical, technical knowledge on the apps and devices that children are using every day.

***Topics related to current COVID landscape.

*** Managing screen time limits and challenges

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqdOCoqDsqGtYtrLpEMppPKXkQm0pxlBjt

 

COVID Dashboard
(we are looking good--keep it up SPC)

Covid Dashboard 2 11

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh

 

We are excited to pass out new yard signs to you on Tuesday! Once again, a very big thank you to Mr. & Mrs. Gleason for their thoughtful donations of these yard signs. 
From Mrs. Gleason:
Our SPC teachers have been here for our children and said, "Yes, we can," even when it wasn't clear how. They have worked through the complicated, the uncomfortable, and the uncertain, all for our families every day to make sure our kids don't miss a beat at the next academic level.

This Catholic Schools Week, as a special gesture of gratitude for what has been a heroic effort to keep our school open, we have ordered yard signs for everyone who would like one. The signs will be coming next week, and we will have them for you at drop-off or pickup. We'll send the notification ahead of time.

Yardsign Teacher App.v 4.1


CHESS ED
REGISTER NOW for the Spring Session 2021 of Chess-Ed's Virtual Enrichment Program!

Registration for Chess-Ed’s virtual 10-week Spring Session is well underway. Our 55-minute virtual lessons are offered every weekday after school, at 4, 5, and 6 pm with Beginner, Novice, Continuing, and Advanced program levels to appeal to students with a wide variety of chess knowledge and skills. The Spring Session runs from 2/22/21 to 4/30/21 and is open to all students in all grades. 

For more information and to register, go to www.a-spring-virtual-chess-ed.eventbee.com.

Chess-Ed instructors look forward to seeing your chess enthusiast this Spring. JOIN TODAY!
Please download the Spring Session Chess-Ed flyer here.


 

The yearbook committee has started working hard on this year's yearbook. We are looking for photos from the first day of school. Please feel free to add any photos to this shared folder. We will be asking for other photos throughout the school year to add to the yearbook.

First Day of School Photos for Yearbook


FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. Britto's weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 
Please click here for the latest bulletin.

FROM THE COMMUNITY

St. Viator's February Future Lions Newsletter 

 

Dear SPC Families,

Thank you for a fun Catholic Schools Week! This year was certainly unique, and we have a lot to celebrate, primarily the reliance of the teachers and students in making this year a success! Thank you for your continued support of St. Paul of the Cross; we are blessed!

Celebrating the Spirit Parent Appeal:

Goal 19Thermometer
Our Parent Appeal has been going strong! Thank you to all of you who have been sending in your pledges. We are currently at almost 20% of our financial goal of $80,000! With 100% participation, we can do this. Please keep those pledges coming! To make your gift online, please click on the Celebrating the Spirit webpage. Don't forget to see if your employer will match your gift; it can double your donation. 

A Special Thanks: 
I would like to thank Mr. & Mrs. Gleason for their thoughtful donation of these wonderful new yard signs. They want to give a sign to everyone who would like one!

From Mrs. Gleason:
Our SPC teachers have been here for our children and said, "Yes, we can," even when it wasn't clear how. They have worked through the complicated, the uncomfortable, and the uncertain, all for our families every day to make sure our kids don't miss a beat at the next academic level.

This Catholic Schools Week, as a special gesture of gratitude for what has been a heroic effort to keep our school open, we have ordered yard signs for everyone who would like one. The signs will be coming next week, and we will have them for you at drop-off or pickup. We'll send the notification ahead of time.

Yardsign Teacher App.v 4.1

Upcoming Calendar Reminders:
February 12th - No School Professional Development Day
February 15th - No School Presidents Day

From the Archdiocese: Spring Break (sent to families on 2/3/21)
Since the beginning of the school year, safety has remained our top priority. Therefore, the Office of Catholic Schools strongly encourages all school families to enjoy Spring Break locally this year and avoid any out-of-state travel. Doing so best positions us to continue with in-person learning uninterrupted for the remainder of the school year. It also helps to keep our communities safer as our local health departments and state authorities work out their COVID-19 vaccination plans. Due to these reasons and others, we are not considering moving to virtual learning after spring break at this time.
As you plan for Spring Break, please keep in mind the travel-related quarantine guidelines distributed on January 20th. If you have any questions, please contact your school principal.

Considerations for Post Spring Break at SPC:
I have communicated with the Office of Catholic Schools that based on the initial survey in January, the vast majority of our families (52%) have plans to travel. I know people have travel plans already made, and the lack of remote learning for eight school days after Spring break presents a significant challenge for families and schools. We are faced with challenges for a return to school after Spring Break that involve the Aspire test schedule and balancing the demands of classrooms that may be at less than 50% capacity. Please note the following:

  • Should a travel ban still exist in April, ANY family who travels will be required to quarantine.
  • There will be no synchronous remote learning offered to the students; they will have to complete learning asynchronously through Seesaw or Schoology.
  • We will also have to adjust the ASPIRE testing window, given that we need to limit the number of makeup exams.
  • I am well aware that there were families that were not honest about their travel plans after Thanksgiving. It was very disheartening given the tremendous sacrifice that has been made by so many to remain in person all year. I hope that this does not happen after Spring Break.
  • For us to plan accordingly, please complete this survey.  

COVID DASHBOARD 2-4-2021
Covid Dashboard2 4 21

Announcing the SPC Speaker Series: 
We are excited to share the SPC Parent Speaker series will begin in February. We highly encourage parents in grades 4-8 to attend the Cyber Safety presentation. If you have any specific questions for either speaker, please email those to Ronda Quinn, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Presentations will be recorded.

Liz Repking, Cybersafety Consulting
When: February 18, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
The objective is to educate parents on the dangers their children face every day in their online life and provide them with strategies to parent in this hyper-digital age.
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqdOCoqDsqGtYtrLpEMppPKXkQm0pxlBjt

Dr. Caroline Adelman
Flattening the Emotional Roller Coaster: 

Coping with Uncertainty during Covid.
Presenter: Dr. Caroline Adelman
When: February 24, 2021 
Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIoce2qpz4oHdHoqvwpXqXdLF2A46Q3nSWW

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Principal 


CHESS ED
REGISTER NOW for the Spring Session 2021 of Chess-Ed's Virtual Enrichment Program!

Registration for Chess-Ed’s virtual 10-week Spring Session is well underway. Our 55-minute virtual lessons are offered every weekday after school, at 4, 5, and 6 pm with Beginner, Novice, Continuing, and Advanced program levels to appeal to students with a wide variety of chess knowledge and skills. The Spring Session runs from 2/22/21 to 4/30/21 and is open to all students in all grades. 

For more information and to register, go to www.a-spring-virtual-chess-ed.eventbee.com.

Chess-Ed instructors look forward to seeing your chess enthusiast this Spring. JOIN TODAY!
Please download the Spring Session Chess-Ed flyer here.


 

The yearbook committee has started working hard on this year's yearbook. We are looking for photos from the first day of school. Please feel free to add any photos to this shared folder. We will be asking for other photos throughout the school year to add to the yearbook.

First Day of School Photos for Yearbook


FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. Britto's weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 
Please click here for the latest bulletin.



Dear SPC Families,

Normally this time of year, we would be preparing for a Sunday Open House for Catholic Schools week and gathering together for Family Catholic Schools Mass. I am hopeful that we can resume our regular Catholic Schools Week celebrations by this time next year. Despite the slight change in plans, we have a tremendous amount to be thankful for as we celebrate our beautiful community during Catholic Schools Week! 

  • Our amazing, dedicated faculty and staff returned in August to accept the challenges of opening school for in-person learning! Our faculty and staff joyfully lead and serve each and every day.
  • We continue to be open each day for in-person learning and react quickly to quarantine if needed to ensure our community is safe! Our students are in class each day, learning, socializing, and growing! 
  • We expanded our Social Emotional Learning program to ensure we are fostering wellness in all our students.
  • In September, we celebrated winning a 2nd Blue Ribbon for Academic Excellence!  
  • We welcomed many new families to our community and strengthened our vitality with a steady enrollment increase. Next year we anticipate waitlists across multiple grade levels. 

Thank you for allowing us to partner in educating your children! 

Included in this weeks letter:

  • Celebrating the Spirit Parent Appeal!  
  • Catholic Schools Week Schedule
  • Catholic Schools Food Drive
  • New Parent Speaker Series
  • COVID DASHBOARD

CTS 2021 Invite FINAL FINAL Page 2 

Celebrating the Spirit 2021: A Fundraising Campaign for a Remarkable School Year
February 1 – 19, 2021

GOAL: $80,000

This year looks a little different in terms of our annual Celebrating the Spirit gala. Typically, we are all gathered in style at a beautiful venue, sipping on cocktails and mingling with all our favorite people from our community. Greeting old friends and making new ones. Being tempted by the fabulous display of both silent and live items and walking away from a night with hearts full of great memories and possibly more purchases than you remembered. It has always been ‘that night,’ the one that everyone looks forward to all year long. Celebrating the Spirit is a vital fundraiser for the school, and it is also an an essential community-building event that brings us all together for one collective purpose; we can't wait to gather together again in the future!

As we cannot have our Gala this year, the CTS Parent Appeal is a way to celebrate everything you love about our school while also investing in our community and our future. We need your support, and our goal is $80,000. 100% participation will get us there! 

You will be receiving your invitation along with a parent pledge card tomorrow; so be sure to check your oldest/only student's backpack! For our remote learners, you will receive it in the mail. We have some fun in store for the classrooms with 100% participation, and for individual pledging as well. We will send all of those details and more updates throughout the next 3 weeks. Thank you, in advance, for your generosity!


Click below to download the Catholic Schools Week schedule.
Catholic Schools Week 2021 Schedule

 

SPC Catholic Schools Week Food Drive

Grade

Food

Preschool

Canned fruit

Prekindergarten

Canned fruit

Kindergarten

Chunky soup

First Grade

Chunky soup

Second Grade

Spaghettios

Third Grade

Chocolate chip cookies

Fourth Grade

Oreos

Fifth Grade

Pasta sauce 

Sixth Grade

Pasta sauce

Seventh Grade

Squeezable strawberry jelly

Eighth Grade

Squeezable grape jelly


The Student Council will be collecting food donations for the SPC parish food pantry next week as one of our Catholic Schools Week service projects! We ask that each student bring in one or more of the food listed next to their grade. Please be sure that the food you bring does not expire before February 2021. Student Council will be collecting your food donations from each homeroom February 1 - 5. Friday, February 5, is the last day to bring in donations. 

We are also in need of large cardboard boxes! If you have any boxes to spare, please bring them to school and use them to store your class's food donations. Boxes will be collected with the food donations. Thank you in advance for your generosity!


Announcing the SPC Speaker Series: 
We are excited to share the SPC Parent Speaker series will begin in February. We highly encourage parents in grades 4-8 to attend the Cyber Safety presentation. If you have any specific questions for either speaker, please email those to Ronda Quinn, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Presentations will be recorded.

Liz Repking, Cybersafety Consulting
When: February 18, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
The objective is to educate parents on the dangers their children face every day in their online life and provide them with strategies to parent in this hyper-digital age.
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqdOCoqDsqGtYtrLpEMppPKXkQm0pxlBjt

Dr. Caroline Adelman
Flattening the Emotional Roller Coaster: 

Coping with Uncertainty during Covid.
Presenter: Dr. Caroline Adelman
When: February 24, 2021 
Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIoce2qpz4oHdHoqvwpXqXdLF2A46Q3nSWW


Covid Dashboard January 28, 2021
COVID dDashboard JANUARY 28

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Principal


 

Get Our SPC Logo Applied For Free! Limited Time ONLY! 
Free Logo Lands End

Please click here to download the Lands' End Flyer


CHESS ED
REGISTER NOW for the Spring Session 2021 of Chess-Ed's Virtual Enrichment Program!

Chess-Ed is pleased to offer VIRTUAL chess lessons to your students this Spring!
The 10-week Spring session is offered Monday through Friday at a variety of times (4, 5, and 6 pm) with Beginner, Novice, Continuing, and Advanced program levels. The chess program runs from 2/22/21 to 4/30/21 and is taught by Chess-Ed instructors using Zoom, lichess.org, and other chess software. Please refer to the Eventbee registration site for chess level guidelines.

To register, students must have a FREE username at lichess.org so they can be paired by the chess instructor during the game playing portion of the lesson. Winter classes end the week of 2/15/21. Register for the Spring Session NOW atwww.a-spring-virtual-chess-ed.eventbee.com. Be sure to register early to take advantage of EARLY FEE pricing. For more information about the program, please refer to the program flyer and Eventbee website.
Chess-Ed is looking forward to seeing your CHESS ENTHUSIAST this Spring!
Please download the Spring Session Chess-Ed flyer here.


 

The yearbook committee has started working hard on this year's yearbook. We are looking for photos from the first day of school. Please feel free to add any photos to this shared folder. We will be asking for other photos throughout the school year to add to the yearbook.

First Day of School Photos for Yearbook


FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. Britto's weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 
Please click here for the latest bulletin.

Thank You St. Paul of the Cross School Families, Faculty & Staff!
SPC School Christmas Thank you 1 2021 1


FROM THE COMMUNITY

Future Lion Newsletter St. Viator High School - January

Dear SPC Families,
It is so fabulous to have everyone back in the classrooms! I know I was ready to come back to school. Please note the new quarantine travel rules announced by the Archdiocese yesterday. 

School Board Meeting Tuesday, January 26th at 7:30 pm

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpcuGsqjgjHtLJcgHPgyADAp0vcQOv_ovq 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Presentations for the Evening: Jessica Caccavallo, MSW, LSW from Northwest CASA

The State of Illinois passed a law in 2011 called "Erin's Law" mandating that all public schools educate children about sexual abuse prevention through an age-appropriate curriculum including books, discussions, activities, and videos. The purpose of these activities is to give children the tools needed to speak up and tell an adult if anyone has ever touched them inappropriately.

St. Paul of the Cross is partnering with Northwest Center against Sexual Assault to present Sexual Abuse Programs in our school. This is our third year providing this program to the students. A representative from NWCASA has presented in your child's classroom via Zoom and discussed a variety of the following concepts under their program called Personal Body Safety:

  • Safe/Unsafe Touches [ps-5]
  • Safe/Unsafe Secrets [ps-5]
  • Empowerment [6th grade]
  • Saying "No" [All grades]
  • Consent, what is it? [6th-8th]
  • Types of Dating Violence [8th]
  • Types of Sexual Harassment [7th]
  • Effects of sexual violence [6th-8th]
  • How/where to get help [All grades]
  • Bystander intervention [5th-8th]

Nationwide, 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be the victim of some type of sexual abuse by the time they reach age 18, and violent behavior in dating relationships begin between the ages of 12-18. Through this program aimed at educating and empowering students, we want to provide your child with the knowledge and skills to recognize unsafe situations and seek safety, as well as what to do if they were ever to be affected by sexual violence. 

CTS Out of Uniform
A reminder that tomorrow is CTS out of uniform!

Celebrating the Spirit 2021 Parent Appeal, February 1–19
Despite the need to focus intently on our daily progress in these unprecedented times, we must look to the future, taking every step to ensure SPC’s 96-year tradition of providing academic excellence while instilling a strong faith foundation for your children. As we are unable to have our Gala this year, the CTS Parent Appeal is a way to celebrate everything you love about our school, while also investing in our community and our future. Please look for information coming home next week. 

Valentines Day

Students who wish to bring valentines to school must bring in all treats/ cards on 2/5. Valentines will be passed out on 2/11. All valentine cards and treats arriving after 2/5 will be passed out on 2/16.

All "treats" must be individually wrapped and store-bought. NO homemade treats/goodies will be distributed. 

Note Regarding Travel Quarantine (from the Archdiocese)

The Office of Catholic Schools sent the following communication to all families on 1-20. 

In discussion with the Office of Catholic Schools and our consulting medical experts, we have decided that a quarantine of 7 days with a negative test result following domestic travel is not best for our school settings. A 7-day quarantine is only effective in instances of complete avoidance of social gatherings and because in-person instruction within a classroom is essentially a form of social gathering – even with physical distancing observed – that would nullify the integrity of 7-day quarantine. Rather, observance of 10 days in all instances of domestic travel provides the greatest level of safety for all students and staff. Therefore, please note the following with changes bolded for your reference:

Travel & Exposure Quarantine Clarifications – January 20, 2021

  • A quarantine of 10 days is required for any/all domestic travel (i.e., travel outside of the state of Illinois)
    • Quarantine is required regardless of whether or not there is a negative test result, and no matter how much time is spent in another state.
    • Quarantine starts the day after return home.
  • International travel quarantine remains 14 days.
  • Close exposure quarantines remain 14-days at the recommendation of all departments of public health in those jurisdictions in which the Archdiocese operates and our own medical advisors.

We understand that this change may pose a challenge for some. Please know that we are in continuous contact with the departments of public health and our team of medical experts to assess our standards and adjust, as necessary, to keep the safety of all in our school communities our first and unwavering priority. And in our focus on safety, we are also making every effort to keep you informed.

As the departments of public health adopt any new guidance, which we anticipate over the coming months, we will communicate with you immediately.

Thank you for your patience and commitment to the safety protocols that continue to make this school year a success under such extraordinary circumstances.

Covid Dashboard January 21, 2021

Covid Dashboard Jan. 21

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Principal


Get Our SPC Logo Applied For Free! Limited Time ONLY! 
Free Logo Lands End

Please click here to download the Lands' End Flyer


CHESS ED
REGISTER NOW for the Spring Session 2021 of Chess-Ed's Virtual Enrichment Program!

Chess-Ed is pleased to offer VIRTUAL chess lessons to your students this Spring!
The 10-week Spring session is offered Monday through Friday at a variety of times (4, 5, and 6 pm) with Beginner, Novice, Continuing, and Advanced program levels. The chess program runs from 2/22/21 to 4/30/21 and is taught by Chess-Ed instructors using Zoom, lichess.org, and other chess software. Please refer to the Eventbee registration site for chess level guidelines.

To register, students must have a FREE username at lichess.org so they can be paired by the chess instructor during the game playing portion of the lesson. Winter classes end the week of 2/15/21. Register for the Spring Session NOW atwww.a-spring-virtual-chess-ed.eventbee.com. Be sure to register early to take advantage of EARLY FEE pricing. For more information about the program, please refer to the program flyer and Eventbee website.
Chess-Ed is looking forward to seeing your CHESS ENTHUSIAST this Spring!
Please download the Spring Session Chess-Ed flyer here.


 

The yearbook committee has started working hard on this year's yearbook. We are looking for photos from the first day of school. Please feel free to add any photos to this shared folder. We will be asking for other photos throughout the school year to add to the yearbook.

First Day of School Photos for Yearbook


FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. Britto's weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 
Please click here for the latest bulletin.

Thank You St. Paul of the Cross School Families, Faculty & Staff!
SPC School Christmas Thank you 1 2021 1


FROM THE COMMUNITY

Future Lion Newsletter St. Viator High School - January